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Turkey calls for all parties in Syria to observe Eid ceasefire
Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu called on Friday for all sides involved in the conflict in Syria to observe a ceasefire during the Eid Al Adha festival next week.
Tunisia sets June 23 for presidential, legislative poll
Tunisia will hold presidential and legislative elections on June 23, 2013 the ruling Ennahda party said early on Sunday.
Syria army HQ bombed as leaders at UN clamor for peace
Two bombs struck the Syrian army headquarters in the heart of Damascus on Wednesday, as US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton appealed for the “paralyzed” UN Security Council to find a way to end the conflict.
Libyan assembly votes Gaddafi opponent as president
Libya’s national assembly picked former opposition leader Mohammed Magarief as its president as the North African country’s newly elected congress began its rule.
Syria rebels out of Aleppo district, new envoy due
Rebels retreated from the key Aleppo district of Salaheddin under a deadly rain of shellfire on Thursday, as a veteran Algerian diplomat was set to be named the new international envoy to Syria.
Syrian intelligence chief dies after bombing
Syria’s intelligence chief Hisham Bekhtyar has died of wounds suffered in a bombing on Wednesday which killed three of President Bashar Al Assad’s top security officials, Hezbollah’s Al Manar television reported on Friday.
Tunisia coalition’s main party opts for ‘moderate’ stance
Tunisia’s ruling Ennahda party stressed its “centrist” and “moderate” position, in a resolution adopted Sunday, the fourth day of its first congress at home in 24 years.
Pregnant woman among 5 dead in Syria’s Homs
Shelling and fighting in the central Syrian province of Homs killed at least five people on Saturday, including a pregnant woman and two rebels, a rights watchdog reported.
Libya’s landmark vote postponed to July 7
Libya has announced that elections for a constituent assembly, the country’s first national vote after four decades of dictatorship under toppled leader Muammar Gaddafi, has been postponed to July 7.
Five Syrian journalists killed in government assault
Five Syrian journalists were killed in government shelling over two days as they covered the worsening conflict gripping the country, a US-based media watchdog group said on Friday.
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